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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | November 17, 2005
Ashburn, Va. -- Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs said he erred in his criticism of officials and instant replay after the team's 36-35 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Gibbs, who vented on Monday, was particularly incensed that officials did not overturn Mike Alstott's game-winning, two-point conversion with 58 seconds left and would not allow him to challenge a ruling on Joey Galloway's 34-yard catch that led to Tampa Bay's first touchdown. "If we disagree on something, I should just say, `Hey, we're going to turn it in, and see where we go,'" Gibbs said yesterday after practice at Redskins Park.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | November 17, 2005
Ashburn, Va. -- Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs said he erred in his criticism of officials and instant replay after the team's 36-35 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Gibbs, who vented on Monday, was particularly incensed that officials did not overturn Mike Alstott's game-winning, two-point conversion with 58 seconds left and would not allow him to challenge a ruling on Joey Galloway's 34-yard catch that led to Tampa Bay's first touchdown. "If we disagree on something, I should just say, `Hey, we're going to turn it in, and see where we go,'" Gibbs said yesterday after practice at Redskins Park.
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By Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones | July 30, 2003
Rating the QBs How the Ravens' quarterbacks stacked up in team drills yesterday: 1. Chris Redman Was sharper than his first day. Completed only half of his throws (5-for-10) but was hurt by four drops. His last throw - a 50-yard toss - was dropped by Randy Hymes. 2. Anthony Wright Would have had a better day than Redman if not for messing up the snap count in the first-team drill, which led to him running a lap around the field. Finished strong, putting zip on the ball to connect on five of six throws.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2003
To make linebacker Ray Lewis feel as though nothing has changed, the Ravens, who switched their home surface to artificial turf, left a patch of real grass in front of the players' tunnel at M&T Bank Stadium. Lewis, per his tradition before his pre-game introduction, picked the sod up, threw it in the air and sent the crowd of 68,550 at last night's preseason opener against the Buffalo Bills into a frenzy with his customary dance. A short time later, Lewis led his defense onto the field in what looked like old times.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 9, 2003
Keep an eye on ... What to look for in the Ravens' preseason opener tonight: Position Wide receiver. Travis Taylor and Frank Sanders are the starters, and No. 3 wide-out Marcus Robinson could be a difference-maker. Robinson, a free-agent addition from the Chicago Bears, doesn't look polished in camp but he has the speed and leaping ability to be a dangerous downfield threat. The fourth receiver will either be Ron Johnson or Randy Hymes. Johnson has the edge because of his presence on special teams.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2003
To make linebacker Ray Lewis feel as though nothing has changed, the Ravens, who switched their home surface to artificial turf, left a patch of real grass in front of the players' tunnel at M&T Bank Stadium. Lewis, per his tradition before his pre-game introduction, picked the sod up, threw it in the air and sent the crowd of 68,550 at last night's preseason opener against the Buffalo Bills into a frenzy with his customary dance. A short time later, Lewis led his defense onto the field in what looked like old times.
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September 16, 1999
SundayPittsburgh at RavensSTEELERS: Out: LB Mike Vrabel (arm). Questionable: G Alan Faneca (ankle); RB Chris Fuamatu-Ma'afala (ankle). Probable: RB Jerome Bettis (calf); WR Will Blackwell (concussion); G Brenden Stai (back).RAVENS: Questionable: T James Atkins (thigh); DE Rob Burnett (knee); RB Priest Holmes (knee); WR Patrick Johnson (calf); T Jonathan Ogden (hip). Probable: TE Greg DeLong (shoulder).Arizona at MiamiCARDINALS: Out: DT Eric Swann (knee). Probable: DT Jerry Drake (hand); WR Andy McCullough (ill)
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By Jamison Hensley | August 9, 2003
Keep an eye on ... What to look for in the Ravens' preseason opener tonight: Position Wide receiver. Travis Taylor and Frank Sanders are the starters, and No. 3 wide-out Marcus Robinson could be a difference-maker. Robinson, a free-agent addition from the Chicago Bears, doesn't look polished in camp but he has the speed and leaping ability to be a dangerous downfield threat. The fourth receiver will either be Ron Johnson or Randy Hymes. Johnson has the edge because of his presence on special teams.
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By Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones | August 5, 2003
Rating the QBs How the Ravens' quarterbacks stacked up in yesterday's scrimmage: 1. Chris Redman Rifled his best pass of camp - a 40-yard throw to Travis Taylor down the middle of the field - to direct the offense into the red zone during a two-minute drill. But the session ended without any points because Redman completed a short pass to tight end Terry Jones in the right flat instead of stopping the clock. He was the day's most consistent passer, completing nine of 13. 2. Anthony Wright Had no touch on his first two throws, missing badly on short fade routes to Marcus Robinson and Ron Johnson in the end zone.
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December 30, 2001
Today's games Arizona at Carolina CARDINALS: Out: G Pete Kendall (feet). Questionable: TE Lawrence Hart (ankle); WR-KR MarTay Jenkins (ankle); CB Tom Knight (hamstring). Probable: DT Russell Davis (knee); OLB Rob Fredrickson (knee); CB Renaldo Hill (hamstring); OLB Sekou Sanyika (knee); DT Barron Tanner (thigh); OLB Raynoch Thompson (knee). PANTHERS: Out: DT Larry Chester (leg); DT Sean Gilbert (elbow); WR Muhsin Muhammad (toe); TE Wesley Walls (knee). Questionable: WR Karl Hankton (arm)
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